DR. DEBORAH VINALL
Trauma Recovery Workbook for Teens
Help teens manage their trauma and move forward.
We are greater than the trauma and pain we may experience in our life. This workbook illuminates how healing is possible, explores what trauma is, and shows teens how they can embrace their emotions while developing resiliency.
What sets this trauma workbook apart:
Overview of trauma—Gain greater insight into the different types of trauma (from political upheaval to sexual abuse), its physical and mental effects, and the symptoms to look out for.
Relatable scenarios—Find comfort and reassurance through anecdotes and questions inspired by other teens who have experienced trauma.
Strategies for healing—Discover engaging activities designed to help teens address their trauma and better understand their feelings, from identifying their triggers to practicing meditation and breathwork.
Help teens find a renewed sense of hope as they learn how to work through their trauma and improve their mental health.
Gaslighting: A Step-by-Step Recovery Guide to Heal from Emotional Abuse and Build Healthy Relationships
An evidence-based guide to recovering from gaslighting.
Gaslighting is a targeted form of manipulation, deception, and control that makes you doubt your own perceptions and memories. Whether you’ve experienced gaslighting or emotional abuse from someone in your life—or you think you might have—Gaslighting gives you the tools to recognize it and the steps to begin healing.
The truth about gaslighting—Find clear definitions of exactly what gaslighting is, how gaslighters operate, and safe ways to manage and avoid them.
Proven techniques—Use strategies from methods like mindfulness and acceptance and commitment therapy to set boundaries, reclaim your sense of self, and build healthier relationships.
Realistic examples—Read anecdotes about people who’ve experienced different types of gaslighting to help you see what it looks like and understand that it isn’t your fault.
Written exercises—Find insightful questions and thoughtful prompts to help you identify examples of emotional abuse within your life and process your feelings.
Reclaim your independence after gaslighting with this guide to understanding how it works and taking steps toward breaking free.
"Gaslighting is a must-read ... Kudos to Deborah Vinall for her most valuable, groundbreaking work with gaslighting."
- David Grand, PhD
Developer of Brainspotting
"Trauma Recovery Workbook for Teens is exactly what the world needs right now: a compassionate, frank, succint, and beautifully empowering workbook for our traumatized teens. Chock full of critical information, helpful assessments, and organized checklists, alongside healing strategies and resiliency practices: this is the book I wish I'd had as a brand new therapist, and I'm incredibly grateful that it's available now. I'll be recommending this in every space I can."
- Kay Bruner, MA, LPC
author of As Soon As I Fell and Debunking the Myths of Forgive and Forget